|Years active 1964–present|
|Name Lewis Teague|
Role Film director
|Born March 8, 1938 (age 77) (1938-03-08) Brooklyn, New York, USA|
Occupation Film director Television director Film editor
Movies Cujo, The Jewel of the Nile, Cat's Eye, Alligator, Navy SEALs
Similar People Daniel Hugh Kelly, Dee Wallace, Christopher Stone, Danny Pintauro, John Sayles
Cujo di lewis teague film 1981 scena saliente sbranato gary pervier
Lewis Teague (born March 8, 1938) is an American film director, whose work includes Alligator, Cat's Eye, Cujo, The Jewel of the Nile, The Dukes of Hazzard: Reunion!, Navy SEALs and Wedlock.
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- Early career
Teague was born in Brooklyn, New York. Teague studied film at New York University, but left the school in 1963 without completing a degree when he was offered a job working on The Alfred Hitchcock Hour. Teague returned to NYU to complete his degree in 2016, at the age of 78. He apprenticed with Sydney Pollack at Universal Television, and was a production manager on the rock concert documentary Woodstock (1970).
Teague was employed by Roger Corman throughout the 1970s, where he handled Second-Unit Director chores on Death Race 2000 (1975), Thunder and Lightning (1977) and Avalanche (1978). Teague also served as an editor for Monte Hellman's Cockfighter (1974) and Jonathan Demme's Crazy Mama (1975). In 1976, he edited the Oscar-winning short documentary Number Our Days. Later, he was the Second-Unit Director on Samuel Fuller's World War II movie, The Big Red One (1980).
Teague made his feature debut as the co-director of Dirty O'Neil (1974). He followed this with the Depression-era crime exploitation movie The Lady in Red (1979), which he also edited. The horror-creature feature Alligator (1980) and the urban vigilante film Fighting Back (1980) (TV) followed. Teague directed two Stephen King adaptations in the 1980s, Cujo (1983) and the anthology film Cat's Eye (1985). His other films include The Jewel of the Nile (1985), the police comedy Collision Course (1989), the action movie Navy Seals (1990), the science fiction offering Wedlock (1991) and the made-for-TV movie The Triangle (2001) (TV). In addition to his film work, Teague has directed episodes of such TV shows as The Alfred Hitchcock Hour (1962), Barnaby Jones (1973), Shannon's Deal (1990), Profiler (1996) and Nash Bridges (1996). After a five-year absence from directing, Teague directed the dramatic short Cante Jondo (2007).
Teague has experimented with digital filmmaking, working on a reality-based sitcom series in digital format about CharlottaTS (a transsexual from Barcelona).